"People were really excited and happy that their jewelry purchase would also be used to directly help their neighbors during this difficult time"
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ (PRWEB) December 31, 2012
As 2012 nears a close tonight, it will be met with excitement, as well as relief that it is over. The last few months have brought the tragedies of Newtown, CT, and prior to that the devasting storm damage of super-storm Sandy, that tore apart the Jersey Shore. Jersey Shore Bracelet Company (JSB), has been doing it's part trying to 'Restore the Shore', by donating of large portion of sales to local charities in Northern Ocean and Monmouth County. "The response has been tremendous", JSB President Katie Marsala said when asked about recent sales. "This holiday season was a successful one for JSB, not only were we able to increase our sales and raise awareness, but people were really excited and happy that their jewelry purchase would also be used to directly help their neighbors during this difficult time."
We are looking forward to 2013 and rebuilding a new, better, and stronger Jersey Shore. Afterall, there are generations to come who need shore memories.
JSB's trademark design is a crosshatching pattern that represents the pattern in the sand after an Atlantic Storm. Their line includes cuff styled bracelets, a wrap around Starfish ring and a JSB charm bead, all offered in solid sterling silver and 14 karat gold. Be sure to 'like' the Jersey Shore Bracelet Company's fan page on Facebook and follow them on Twitter at JSBracelet for updates and photos of your favorite Jersey Shore locations.